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ISU Impact: Engaging With The College of Arts and Letters
Third Wednesday of Every Month at 7:30pm

Hear about the exciting things happening at ISU within the College of Arts and Letters! ISU Impact explores the programs and initiatives in the College of Arts and Letters, and how the college is impacting students and our community at large. Expect to hear from some of the phenomenal faculty, staff, students, alumni, and partners who are doing stand-out work at the university and in our community.

Latest Episodes
  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks to Professor Armstrong and student Ben Graham about the Commercial Music program at ISU and upcoming Jazz Festival on February 9th & 10th.
  • Dr. Rieske, Pete Molino, and Temala Baker discuss Idaho State University's commitment to autism research and program offerings, emphasizing the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) minor that prepares students for the high-demand field of ABA services.
  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks to Major Michael Goering and student Ethan Storm about the ISU ROTC program.
  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks to Idaho State University Professor Colin Johnson about the upcoming visit of Pulitzer Prize winning author, James Risen and International Affairs Council students, Susana Fernandez and Laura Schuhmann.
  • Guests discuss Indigenous People’s Day (IPD) and the upcoming Western Literature Association (WLA).
  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks with social work faculty member Dr. Darci Graves and MSW student Kiesha Ade about the online social work degree options offered through ISU.
  • A conversation between Dean Kandi Turley Ames, Professor Paul Yeates, and student Michelle Ludlow about the Idaho State University theatre program and the national award-winning production of Marisol. Paul also shares information about the upcoming Farm Bureau Summer Theatre production, High School Musical.
  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks with Dr. Mark McBeth, Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science, and alumna Whitney Fenwick about the Master of Public Administration degree option.
  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks with Dr. Thomas Kloss, Associate Director of Athletic Bands, and music student Amanda Smith about the ISU Marching Band program.
  • Dr. Raphael Njoku and Eric Morris talk with Dean Turley-Ames about the International Affairs Council, a student organization that plans the annual Frank Church Symposium, which brings diverse people from around the world to discuss international issues and which provides invaluable opportunities for the students who help organize it.